A Classic Space Station in 1979 design built with six 16x8x7 Space Container Units (SCUs) on two 32×32 base plates.
I always wanted a big station on my moon base. Like a modern space station it should have a modular design. I wanted to use no more than two 32×32 base plates, a flat one and a crater plate. I chose a design with six SCU based 16x8x7 modules with each of them accessible from one side, preferably from the front.
I had two connection nodes with a “half module” on one side and four station modules with 14x6x6 bricks of room to fill. So I designed the interior module by module with LDD. When I was satisfied with the design I placed some BL orders for used bricks and started the “real” building. This is the result.
Here you can see everything open, ready to play. There is room for four CS-Tronauts to live and work.
Top view with the six modules on two base plates.
Another top view with everything open:
- Module #1 (bottom left): Crew Quarters
- Module #2 (bottom center): Crew Mess with Shower Room
- Module #3 (bottom right): Connection Node with Air Lock
- Module #4 (middle): Command Center
- Module #5 (top left): Connection Node with Storage Unit
- Module #6 (top right): Science Lab
Crew Quarters with four bunks and a private storage with two doors for each crew member.
Crew Mess with up to four seats plus Shower Room with toilet. The white doors can be locked in open position for some extra space in the shower.
Connection Node with Air Lock
Module #4 (side view):
Command Center with custom printed screens
Module #5 (rear view):
Connection Node with Storage Unit
All six modules open
Gamma I ready for transport
So this is my Lego Classic Space Gamma I Modular Station built with six 16x8x7 Space Container Units (SCUs) on two 32×32 baseplates, the main structure of my big moon base.
I hope you like it :-))